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Obama’s Standard: Don’t Rush to Judgment

…..when it involves the muslim extremists.

Below is an excerpt of the president’s statement yesterday after the capture of the bomber in the white cap, the younger of the Brothers Tsar…..

“That American spirit includes staying true to the unity and diversity that makes us strong — like no other nation in the world. In this age of instant reporting and tweets and blogs, there’s a temptation to latch on to any bit of information, sometimes to jump to conclusions. But when a tragedy like this happens, with public safety at risk and the stakes so high, it’s important that we do this right. That’s why we have investigations. That’s why we relentlessly gather the facts. That’s why we have courts. And that’s why we take care not to rush to judgment — not about the motivations of these individuals; certainly not about entire groups of people.

After all, one of the things that makes America the greatest nation on Earth, but also, one of the things that makes Boston such a great city, is that we welcome people from all around the world — people of every faith, every ethnicity, from every corner of the globe. So as we continue to learn more about why and how this tragedy happened, let’s make sure that we sustain that spirit.

I ask you:  If this had turned out to be an anwser to his most fervant wish and been some nutty outlyer in the tea party or what is termed right ring extremist, would he have said things like “don’t rush to judgment, don’t judge motivations of any person and especially of any group of people.” 

You know he would not have.  He would have been the first one to jump up and condemn the entire group, talk radio, all the bitter clingers he hates.  You know it’s true. 

He could barely contain himself in his first statement on the subject. He said something in reference to Patriot’s Day or Tax Day and the media immediately followed up on that.  And I heard references on the media stating that pressure cooker bombs were a signature of the “right wing extremists.” 

The corrupt media was just sitting on the edge of their seats ready to run endless derogatory stories and segments about the “evil” tea party, just as they did after the Tucson shooting, and there, it was entirely false anyway.  The left wing in this country baby the terrorists and hate their fellow-citizens who have a different view of what course this country should take.

That’s just something I cannot comprehend.  I saw a story that the AFT was down in Georgia the end of March with 40 some officers raiding the home of some guy who had videos on line of explosions.  We would have been better served if they had been looking for the real terrorists. Yet this morning I hear “having vile video on line is not against the law, we have freedom of speech.” 

Well, it seems the terrorists have more freedom of speech than we do.  So, oh, no let’s not “rush to judgment” not even when it’s plain as the nose on your face what this is all about.  It’s about muslim extremists, muslim terrorists and you just cannot twist it around to be anybody else.

You just have to laugh at the character or lack thereof of this obama.  Without fail, he waits until all the crisis is over and then jumps up and declares victory.  While things are going on, you don’t hear anything from him.  Ever notice that?

Oh, and by the way, I see where some senator has already proposed a bill to ban gun powder.  Just laughable.  I suggest they get in there and ban back packs, pressure cookers, and certainly knives, since 14 people were stabbed on some campus in Texas.

Posted:  04.20.13 A. D. @ 3:44 p.m.

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Bomber Who Was Killed Should Be Main Focus

Excerpt from today’s Reuters article:

“WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The FBI interviewed suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev in early 2011, it said in a statement late Friday, following a tip from a foreign government that he was “a follower of radical Islam” and was preparing to leave the United States to join underground organizations.”


“The revelation that the elder Tsarnaev was on U.S. law enforcement authorities’ radar screens seemed likely to raise uncomfortable questions for the Obama administration about whether it could have done anything to detect and stop the plot.”

I noticed this morning as I was glancing over the news, the younger brother who was the subject of the search and then captured was also the subject of all the attention.  This is understandable, of course, because by killing the older one and engaging in the massive search it sort of deflected attention from the older brother who was shot and put out of the picture.

Well, as you can see from the above excerpt, it is the older brother who holds the highest potential of causing trouble for the obama administration.

Is that intentional?  I wouldn’t doubt it. Let’s not talk about the fact that the FBI cleared the older guy and let him stay in the country!!   I thought when it happened that they killed the one suspect.  Why not both?  How did he get away?  It does sort of serve a purpose, doesn’t it?  It now gives opportunity to put him in the background and focus all attention on the younger guy, which is exactly what is happening.

Why wasn’t Suspect in Black Hat deported?  Better yet, why did we let the whole bunch into the country in the first place?  I think we granted them asylum.  Great thanks we get for that.

I believe it’s another grand diversion perpetrated by our corrupt media to provide cover for this administration.  That’s what I think.

Which is actually somewhat better than the obscure Video of Benghazi.

Why am I suspicious?  Because I followed Benghazi from the very beginning and I Know how the government lied about that, covered it up, with the president blaming it on a video for two solid weeks, and how to this day, there have been no answers forthcoming.  For instance, the FBI was going to investigate.  Now, give me a break.  In Libya?  About two weeks later without a secured scene?  Really.  Documents were found by the press just lying around inside the compound.  Some investigation.

So to me, now anything is possible.  Anything.

I have never seen more law enforcement in my life than in Boston yesterday.  This is what you get when you have an open door to everybody on the planet.

I saw something on the tv screen entitled “The Price of Freedom.”

Well, No. It. Is. Not.

It is the price to Americans of allowing people into this country who are only here to kill us.  This is incredibly stupid.  And who pays the price?  We do.  The innocent, law abiding Americans have to take off their shoes at airports, and now have the guns taken, and have their neighborhoods bombarded and locked down by a thousand law enforcement troops, because the government does not do it’s  job – the safety and security of America.

Posted:  04.20.13 A. D. @ 12:15 p.m.


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